Call 000 (Emergency Services) if life is in danger
Our mental health is not fixed or static, and it is important to understand when you should seek help. Knowing when to seek help is a key step in taking control of your mental health. Sometimes having the courage to seek support is difficult, you may feel ashamed, embarrassed or fearful so asking for help can be a challenge.
If you have witnessed a change in your normal behaviours, you should use that as a motivator or driver to take action.
Start a conversation
Start a conversation and seek some support through your personal support networks
Seek support through your company EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
Make some changes
Make some changes or additions to your habits and routines that will assist in correcting your change in normal behaviours
Seek clinical support
National Health Services Directory
Find a psychologist
Find a psychiatrist
There are a range of support options available specific to your personal circumstances or needs. Please find below a comprehensive list of national supports that may be able to help.
It is important to remember if you are feeling low, anxious or stressed – you are not alone. There are a range of support options available specific to your personal circumstances or needs.